Hurricane Lee – Wednesday September 13 a.m. Briefing
Here's the latest on Hurricane Lee, as of Wednesday morning, September 13th.
Here's the predicted storm track
Here's the probability of tropical storm force winds
According to the National Weather Service
- There is an increasing likelihood that Northern Maine will have impacts from Hurricane Lee beginning on Friday morning.
- Tropical storm force winds, coastal flooding and high surf and river flooding are all possible impacts from the storm
- The high surf will begin impacting the coast Friday morning.
- The earliest possible arrival for strong winds is Saturday morning, with the greatest chance for tropical storm winds across the coast. The leaves on the trees and heavily saturated ground will enhance damage potential.
For Hurricane Preparedness Tips click HERE. Remember don't stock your freezers and refrigerators with food in preparation in the event that there is a sustained power outage, unless you have a portable generator. It is a good idea to make sure as we get closer to the possible event that you have your cellphones fully charged and know where flashlights are, and to make sure that your batteries are fresh.
The next briefing will be by 6 p.m. on Wednesday, September 13th.